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Central Sensitization Disorders

Central sensitization disorders may be responsible for the symptoms experienced in chronic pain.

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Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain is pain that occurs in the low back for 3 months or longer. Low back pain is most common in adults, however can also be common among older children and adolescents that participate in sports activities. It may also be a result of obesity, poor posture, and injury.

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Sports Injury

There are two kinds of sports injuries, traumatic injuries like fractures, sprains and strains, concussions and cuts; and overuse injuries like stress fractures and tendonitis.

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Centrally Mediated Abdominal Pain Syndrome

Abdominal pain that cannot be explained by a test or a procedure is known as centrally mediated abdominal pain. Centrally mediated abdominal pain can be constant or may come and go.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, is a chronic pain condition that usually causes pain in the arms and legs but almost any body part can be affected. There are two types of complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS I and CRPS II.

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Chronic Daily Headaches

Headaches in children are common, and most often caused by a minor infection, dehydration, hunger or stress. If they’re recurrent, they’re likely to be one of the primary headaches, such as tension headaches, migraine or chronic daily headache.

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